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10 Animals That Took Revenge On Humans
- Published on: 5/8/2021
- 10 Animals That Took Revenge On Humans
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10 Animals That Took Revenge On Humans
Revenge is a dish best served cold. It’s even colder when coming from someone you didn’t expect, in
this case, animals. Yes, animals will get revenge on people, especially if you give them reason to. Don’t
believe me? Let me give you an example, Better yet, let me give you ten examples. From a fatal low
blow to an animal literally chewing someone’s head off, here are 10 animals that took revenge on
Number 10. Gored in the Groin
For over 30 years, veteran trophy hunter Claude Kleynhans has successfully hunted and killed many of
South Africa’s wildlife. Here he is proudly posing for a photo after a successful African buffalo hunt.
Little did he know that one of these buffaloes will be able to exact revenge on him, not only for a fallen
mate, but also for the many animals that have fallen before him.
On May 22 nd , 2018, the 54-year-old hunter and his hunting party shot and killed an African buffalo near
the Levubu River in South Africa’s northern Limpopo Province. But as he and his companions prepared
to load the fallen animal onto their vehicle, another buffalo from the same herd charged the hunter and
gored him in the groin with its horn. The attack hit his femoral artery, killing him almost instantly.
Weighing in at as much as 1,300 pounds, the fearsome African buffalo can be dangerously territorial,
aggressive, and protective of their herd mates. If they have to fight off a lion, or even several lions, they
can handle it. And if they feel they have to kill a human who has gotten too close, they can easily do that
Number 9. Party Pooper
The Muslim celebration of Eid al-Adha is a four-day holiday where Muslims in many countries around
the world ritually slaughter sheep, goats, and cows, and then donating much of the meat to the poor.
Ideally, the slaughter should be done by professionals, but a lot of untrained people opt to slaughter the
animals themselves. And when slaughtering an animal, not knowing what to do exactly is a recipe for
In 2012, a Palestinian man was trying to slaughter as cow for the festival, however, the cow had no
intention of having any part of it. The cow ran wild, trampling the 52 year old man to death before
rampaging the streets of Rafah in the Gaza strip, seriously injuring three others in the process.
This isn’t an isolated incident either. Each year, more than 100 incidents of cow slaughtering related
deaths and/or injuries are reported in Palestinian territories each year.
Number 8. Singled Out
If the animal kingdom had a most wanted list, notorious big game hunter Theunis Botha will definitely
be public enemy number one. The trophy hunter is the bane of all Africa’s wild animals and hunted
various big game such as lions and elephants.
Now, we can’t really be certain whether his death was caused by an actual pre-meditated revenge plot,
but given the intelligence of the animal who killed him, you can’t help but think that he was singled out.
One day, Botha was out in Zimbabwe, leading a hunting tour; a service that he offered through his
website. While out hunting, the group encountered a herd of elephants. Then, without warning, the
entire herd charged at the group of hunters. They all open fired, causing most of the herd to retreat,
however, one particularly angry elephant stood its ground. It picked up Botha with its massive trunk.
At this point, another hunter shot at the elephant, and managed to kill it. Unfortunately for Botha, the
animal dropped dead right on top of him, crushing him to death.
My question is, did the elephants recognize the notorious hunter, hence the reason why they charged in
the first place. Elephants are renowned for their long memories and have been known to take revenge
on people who have wronged them. But what do you think? Let us know down in the comments.
Number 7. They Remember
Skuas are one of the few bird species that can live in Antarctica. While they evolved without even having
seen a human, researchers today found out that they have the ability to remember human faces and will
attack people they consider as threats.
Between 2014 and 2015, some Korean scientists based on King George Island conducted a study that
involved them checking on the nests, eggs, and chicks of the skuas.